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Division of Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Alberta, Edmonton,AB, Canada.
Dr. Edward (Ted) Tredget received his medical degree with distinction from the University of Alberta, Canada in 1976 and went on to complete his internship, general surgery and plastic surgery training from the University of Alberta in 1984.  He undertook a Post Doctoral Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston from 1984 to 1987 where he received his Masters of Science degree in Applied Biological Sciences.  He was awarded the American Burn Association's Travelling Fellowship in 1988.  Upon his return to the University of Alberta in 1988, Dr. Tredget became Director of the Firefighters' Burn Treatment Unit and the Plastic Surgery Wound Healing Research Laboratory of the University of Alberta.  The focus of their research includes basic science research relating to nocosomial infections, wound healing, hypertrophic scarring and gene therapy.  They have several ongoing clinical trials and research projects relating to metabolism following burn injury, rehabilitation of the burn patient, wound healing and the potential role of gene therapy for the management of post burn hypertrophic scarring.  Their group has received funding from several major granting agencies, including the Canadian Institute for Health Research, Canadian Foundation for Innovation, the Natural Sciences
and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the International Foundation of Fire Fighters' Association to support their work and have published numerous manuscripts depicting their activities. 
Dr. Tredget is currently a Professor in the Department of Surgery,Divisions of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Alberta.  Dr. Tredget
is the Past President (2015-16) of the American Burn Association and the Canadian
Society of Plastic Surgeons (2014-15).
Invited speech: Basic resarch and burn scar managment : chanllenge and  translation
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Key Dates

 Conference Date

 October 25-28, 2018
 Online Registration Deadline
 October 20, 2018
 On-site Registration Dates
 October 25, 2018
 Call for abstract deadline
 July 31, 2018.